|On Monday, May 17 in Houston, Texas, Asian Voice Radio will launch in Houston, Texas on KREH 900 AM with a community reception that kicks off the first broadcast catering specifically to Asian Americans. Attendees will include Asian Voice Radio hosts, contributors, and community supporters. The reception will conclude with on-air remarks from leaders and members of the different Asian communities in Houston.|
Asian Voice Radio was founded for the ethical use of the media in service of cultural exchanges between discreet Asian groups to raise awareness of issues that impact and benefit the overall community.
In honor of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, Asian Voice Radio kicks off by offering a variety of English talk shows from the Asian American perspective:
• Art & Literature
• History & Tradition
• Health & Spirituality
Asian Voice is dedicated to the promotion of Asian American leaders and young professional for the purpose of passing on values, life lessons, and heritage to younger generations as well as educating, informing, and welcoming non-Asians who wish to learn more about the diversity within the Asian community.
EVENT: Asian Voice Radio Reception and On-Air Launch on KREH 900AM
DATE/TIME/PLACE: Monday, May 17, 2010, 6:00 p.m.
10613 Bellaire Boulevard, Suite 888: corner of Bellaire and Wilcrest Radio Saigon Building, 2nd in Saigon Houston Plaza Community Room
RSVP: Please e-mail your name, affiliation, and contact information to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 713-966-9712.
Community Supporters include Radio Saigon Houston, Cole Chemical,
AllPeopleBeHappy Foundation, Asian Pacific American Heritage Association, Asia Houston Network, Asian American Family Services, BPSOS, Center for Asian Pacific American Women, Chinese American Citizens Alliance, Chinese Professional Club, Development of Literacy, Inspire Women, Kim Son Restaurant, Korean Chamber of Commerce, OCA Greater Houston, Nha Viet Civic Center, Texan Signs, Vietnamese Community-Houston, Vietnamese Culture & Science Association; and elected officials US Representative Joseph Cao, State Representative Hubert Vo, State Representative Kristi Thibaut, and Council Member Al Hoang (at time of printing).